PITTSBURGH – The Allegheny County Health Department today reported that 14 new food establishments opened in the County in February. There were nine restaurants, one caterer, a confectionary, one tea house, a produce store, and a mobile vendor.
“The Health Department’s monthly report highlights the new restaurants that use trans-fat free cooking oils,” said Acting County Health Director Dr. Ron Voorhees. “Six out of the nine eateries opening last month cook with these healthier oils.”
The restaurants using trans-fat free cooking oils are: Shelly Pie, 912 Penn Avenue, Turtle Creek; Azure Café & Grill, 565 Lincoln Avenue, Bellevue; Noodles & Company, 10638 Perry Highway, Pine; Savory Hill, 988 Broadhead Road, Moon; Everyday Noodles, 5875 Forbes Avenue, Squirrel Hill; and Matteo’s, 3615 Butler Street, Lawrenceville.
Other restaurants included: Rice Inn, 5041 Library Road, Bethel Park; Fox’s Pizza Den, 5700 Homeville Road, West Mifflin; and AFC Sushi at GetGo, 3400 East Carson Street, Southside.
Five other food establishments opened in February: Asia Grocery, 1237 Route 51, Jefferson Hills; Cowtastic Frozen Yogurt, 5209 Library Road, Bethel Park; Insanitea, 200 Monroeville Mall, Monroeville; The Steer and Wheel Food Truck, varying locations, www.thesteerandwheel.com; and Pittsburgh’s Natural Chef Catering, 774 Penn Avenue, Wilkinsburg.
For more information, call 412-687-ACHD(2243) or visit www.achd.net.
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